Executive Director Michael Ferrell discusses helping the homeless and people at-risk for homelessness return to self-sufficiency through residential and social services.
Executive Director Matthew Melmed discusses promoting the health and development of infants and toddlers through practical tools.
Head of School Susanna Jones discusses an independent college prep school known for its rigorous academics and diversity.
President & CEO Charles Lyons discusses preventing and eliminating pediatric HIV and AIDS through research, advocacy, and treatment programs in 15 countries around the world.
President Stephanie Meeks discusses identifying and saving significant threatened places.
President & CEO David Yarnold discusses the Society’s strategy to conserve and restore ecosystems by focusing on migratory flyways.
Executive Director Al Avina discusses how connecting blinded veterans’ to one another can help treat trauma and depression.
CEO Kent Amos and Donald Hense discuss providing quality, differentiated education within the public school system.
CEO Mike Curtin discusses fighting poverty, hunger, and poor health through recycled food, culinary job training, and healthy school food programs.
Chief Innovation Officer Michelle Tafel discusses the nation’s largest nonprofit dedicated to making higher education possible for low-income youth by connecting them to college and career.
CEO Henry Berman discusses small-staffed foundations, which account for nearly half of all grant dollars in the U.S.
U.S. CEO Mary Beth West discusses how the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization approaches biodiversity conservation.